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This is a very disappointing China town and probably the worst I have visited around the world. It covers a large area but has very little appeal.
It is certainly not attractive and does not have a 'buzz' or any form of excitement. It could...More
Feel mixed about this area, thought it would be visually better on the eye but parts are very rundown and border on one of the least desirable areas of the city. The large monumental arch is impressive but not as good as the ones near...More
We walked around enjoying the food, the people and historical sites here in Vancouver's China Town. I would come back again if I were in the area.
China town was established in the 1890s and has seen ups and downs as all cities have, but...More
Some nice places but we walked through some seedy places getting there .
Sun Sat Yen park very interesting
So Sad to see all the homeless street people .
Confronting to see people who appeared to be taking drugs in broad daylight .
We enjoyed our visit to Vancouver ChinaTown. The area is not really big so we were able to walk and stroll through it in a short amount of time. We did go in to a couple of shops. Mostly we just liked walking and absorbing...More
Vancouver China Town during the 60's 70's 80's ,is one of the busy place in Vancouver ,great noodle house ,restaurants ,tea house , BBQ shops every corners ,place is life with hustle & bustle , sad to say ,time change ,,,,,, Vancouver China Town is...More
Visited Chinatown today. I have visited a number of world cities but never felt so unsafe. Everywhere we walked we were confronted by scenes of down and out drug affected people. It was quite concerning and couldn't wait to get out of the area. Much...More
With the recent exodus of massive new building projects hitting the neighbourhood, Chinatown; which has always been one of the city's most vibrant areas; is even more buzzing and buoyant than ever before. Playing host to some of the city's best pan-Asian cuisine, from fusion food to traditional home-cooking, Chinatown has remained faithful to its roots as a space which clambers with shop signs and welcomes
diners to the table. More that that, it has a hip experimental vibe to it, with trendy pop-ups and catchall market shops. The biggest of Canada's Chinatowns, it is also home to an expansive Chinese garden whose manicured grounds inspire and delight, its ponds and pagodas drawing walkers in for an stroll. Take in the red streetlights, the playful awnings, and the upbeat air that suffuse this area.
Yes but there is hardly anything there and it’s very unsafe. Only has from what I saw there like 2 mini restaurants and 1 souvenir store. We got out of there within 10 mins of arrival. If you visit you will know what I mean.